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· September, 2011

Stories about Saudi Arabia from September, 2011

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Saudi Arabia: Women Allowed to Join Shura Council

  25 September 2011

Saudi women, who cannot drive in their own country, will be granted the right to become members in their country's 150-member consultative or Shura council, an advisory body which has limited powers in government and legislation. The decision was welcomed by netizens.

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Saudi Arabia: Human Rights Activist on Trial

  12 September 2011

Saudi human rights activist Waleed Abu Alkhair has faced the national court in Jeddah for “insulting the judiciary”. Saudi tweeps discussed his case on Twitter to show support and criticize the way authorities function against activists.

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Arab World: Remembering September 11

  11 September 2011

Twitter users from across the Arab world paid tribute to the 3,000 victims of September 11 as the world recalled the horrors committed by Al Qaeda terrorists who flew four passenger jets into buildings in the US 10 years ago.

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